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V*
VOL.
51,
NO. 23
MERCYHURST
COLLEGEFRIDAY, MAY 4,
1979
Charges Won'tPressed
Greenhouse (Incident
by Sue Fuss
*
^Bl^HE
Charges will not be broughtagainst the college students in-volved in a series of thefts from
the Mercyhurst
Greenhouse.After offering
a $50
reward, Dr.Raymond Justice, head of thebiology
department,
receivedinformation leading to thestudents who
apparently
enteredthe greenhouse through brokenglass panes and stole anestimated
$7001
inf plants,equipment and supplies.
Activity
HB
Day Set
I
W
by Vicki Martinago
I
IflSifcUj
The
month
of
May
brings
many
celebrations of spring and thecoming of summer. Each year asthe weather warms up studentsare freed from
the
grind of winterand
nib
nation.
It's
time to getout the frisbee, listen to bands inthe Grotto, check out thepeninsula and make plans for thespring formal land the
MSG
picnic.
m
3
But this year's schedule of
events
has one big_addition^vith—
MSG*s '"Activity
Day*
r
* comingup Wednesday, May 16, from 10a.m. to one
a.m.T
MSG President Mike Hellerand Dean John
Millar
and theweather forecast will decide thenight of May
15
if
"Activity
Day"will have to be postponed
until
Friday,May 18. Students must
attend
Wednesday classes to findout the outcome of the decision.Activities planned for the dayinclude food booths, a dunking,machine
-
with the opportunity to
"gel"
that favorite
prof,
ad-ministrator or student, a rafflefor a
10-speed*bike
and otherprizes, the showing of RockyHorror Picture Show, and a roadrally. Also on tap will be "SunMountain" performing music inthe Grotto during most of theafternoon, mock arrests, and adance
in
the union from
ll
p.m. toone a.m.
*f
Some of the faculty and ad-ministration offering servicesinclude Edward Gallagher withhis pasta demonstration, College
President*
Mar
on Shane with atennis {exhibition,
jDr.
DavidPalmer and his car wash, andDave Thomas' wine-makingdemonstration.
I M
Athletic events will includethree scheduled
*
games
J
ofvolleyball in addition to informal
games5throughout?
the day; anevening play at "earth ball"; aSuperstar competition
-
with onemale and one female from each
varsity
team joining together forcompetition - and a free-throwbasketball booth.
Jf
'j.
;
MSG
members report that theyare
still
open to more suggestionsfor t he special day and indicatedthat they are planning
to
visit thedorms, apartments and
town
houses in order
to
solicit anyfurther student input.
|
A
meeting was held last Fridayfor the students who were in-
terested
in becoming involved inone of the; numerous activitiesscheduled for May
i
16.Approximately
35
students at-tended the meeting. Another onewill be held today, Friday, May 4at 6 p.m. in the
student!union
coffeehouse. MSG suggests thatstudents attend in
order*
to"strengthen, the
'Hurst's
in-volvement in Activity
Day."®
9
"I
took it on myself to offer the
Ireward,'|
Justice said after
(noting
that some
of,*the
stolen!
goods
had been returned. "1 think[we'll
Jget
back the nicerspecimens of plants."
%sfi
The intial entrance was madeon the night of April
11
or 12.Some materials were repeatedlystolen the following Week. Manyof
t
he
plants
had been brought upfrom Kentucky for special use ina horticulture class. Also stolen. were light fixtures and supplies."They suggested over at Seslerthat the greenhouse was 'easy',"Justice said - referring to com-ments
J
various
students
madeconcerning the theft. |
|:
Seven persons were reportedlyinvolved, three of which are yet
to be
questioned.
Not all involvedwere Mercyhurst students.
n
The students will be making
restitution
through work in thegreenhouse.
SAccording §
toJustice, the decision not to presscharges was made by the ad-ministration of the school.Justice? is still seeking in-formation concerning the
whereabouts "of
the missingplants and fixtures.
Candidates
t
ExpresslWiP
Gratitude
The four winners in last week'sMSG elections, who will
assumed
their duties officially on Monday,!
May 21,
expressed their gratitudein letters to the Merciad.
IP*
9
-
4'I'd
like
to
thank everyone whosupported me
and
tell everyoneelse
that
I will do more than mybest
to
prove to you that the
right!
choice
swasj
made,"
I
said
President-elect
Tim Seltzer.|"Iappreciate the confidencemany!of you have shown in me and Ialso respect the doubts of anumber of others. I realize I havea great deal of
work,
ahead of meand hopefully you'll be seeingsome of the results of your newgovernment as soon as you getsback next fall."
4
| |Vice President-elect JoAnnAlexander summed up herfeelings. "I would like to expressmy appreciation for
the
support Ireceived throughout the recent
MSG
elections,"
she
said.
"It wasvery comforting* to know that
there
were many people whobelieved in me and the
job
I cando as vice president. To all thestudents,
I
promise not todisappoint
you
and to serve you tomy fullest capacity nextacademic school year.""I would like to have thepleasure of thanking the studentsfor
their
support
in
electing
me
astheir treasurer," said JimBolger. "In this job I will alsoneed your support through theuse of all your ideas. Thank youfor your confidence and
I
hope allof your needs will be
met.
IAnita Bonaminio wrote that"As a candidate for MSG elec-tions, I solicited your support andvotes. Having been elected Iwould like to thank you
for
yourvote of confidence. I will do mybest to fulfill this position youentrusted
me.
Please feel free tocontact me anytime during thisupcoming year concerninganything you
would
like to seebrought before MSG."J|A few unsuccessful candidates
Continued
on
page
5
#K- 4TO.
The Livin'iIs\Easy.
Catching
rays ..
.v*Us
a sure sign of summer-type
weather,
and last week when Erie had its summer
weaUier
Hurst coeds, from left to right, Marianne Blose. Aline
De>ot
and Cindy Haines made the best
of
the
situation
on
the
Egan
sundeck.
s
5:«£"?aii-<X-B35
J>/^
*
MSG:Quorum
I Yet
%
On Fees
\
Increase
*
Mercyhurst Student Govern-ment failed to reach a quorum atits April 30 meeting and wasunable
to
vote
on
the proposed $15a year increase in the studentactivities fee.That vote is planned for theMonday. May 7 meeting
following
debate and a hearing ofstudents.
-p
«
«*
Also at that meeting Dr. John
Millar;';
dean of the college, willanswer questions; about theproposed changes in the
school's
liberal studies requirement, now
moving'*out!j
of the* AcademicPolicies
Com mi
tee into
the
fullSenate. J
\
£*
Much of the rest of,
the
meetingdealt with several* upcoming
elections.^:
sPf
3
ISLJJ
%
\
Students
wanting to run for any
<>
four officer positions in nextyear's*
Student
Activities Com-
mittee
must file letters of intentat the MSG Student Union officeby 4 p.m. Tuesday, May 8.
«
Candidates will not campaign,but will be chosen following in-terviews with the
officers-elect
of
next year's MSG. j
9w U
Also waiting to be filled are sixof seven positions in the studentbloc of
the'College
Senate.Nominations will be made at theMay 7
student
governmentmeeting, with elections to follow.
S?
All current senators with theexception of Eileen Zinchiak are
completing
one-year terms or aregraduating seniors. IL.
i
Candidates for the Senate must
have
their names entered in nom-ination
by
an
MSG
representativeor by another student.; Therepresentatives then vote on thecandidates.
f
And finally, departmentalelections for
representatives $
tonext year's MSG will be heldMonday, May 14.Each department will hold andconduct its own election; thoseinterested in running shouldcontact 'their
*
departmentalrepresentative.
§
MSG President Mike Hellersaid MSG will try to hold thevoting
in
the
lobby
of Zurn Hall orsome other central location. TheMerciad will print the decisionwhen it is made.
* £
j$
Throughout the week MSGrepresentatives will be handingout student surveys prepared bythe UCLA
Labratory
Researchesgroup. MSG is
conducting
£
thesurvey at the request of advisorWilliam Kennedy.!
MSG
also discussed
details
of abatch of upcoming activitiesscheduled for the next threeweeks. (See accompanying storyfor details on Activity Day.)Comedian Chris Rush willheadline a special concert thiscoming Friday, May
4,
to be heldin the Little Theater beginning at8
'
p.m. The opening act ismusician Harry Waller. Ticketscost one dollar.
-vgi Rush
A
is^_
a
nationally-known
comedian who has cut
a
couple
of
a lbura s ,**^
l
flW
F
V^^^p v^"The
following Friday, May flyis the
date
of the annual SpringFormal at Rainbow Gardens.Tickets are $10 a couple,reduced to eight dollars for thefirst 50 couples to sign up.
The
band for this
year's
formalis
Don
Moore
and
his Rainbow of
Sounds *^jj TsIfiBS^4K*y?
H
The theme is "Reminiscing;*
^ihose attending
?
are asked tobring snapshots and photographsfrom
their
high school
days
and
oihep
remote ages,
i
when
theypurchase their tickets?**Anotheqj.annual
event,!
thespring picnic
at
Presque isle, willbe held Sunday.
May 20.
The timeand price have not yet been
set
A concert in the
j
Grotto,featuring the Raquette
River
Rounders, is scheduled forSunday. May 13, from 1-5 p.m. jThis one is free. It will be held in
the
Back
porch
Cafe in case
61
rain.
*? f /
Lib.
1
Studies Debate Continues
Debate continued this week onthe proposed changes in thegeneral education requirements(liberal studies).
> jfeTheJAcademic
Policies com-
mittee
of the College Senate mettwice in an effort to discuss avariety of suggestions: and
modifications^offered loathe
committee. sSfjig,
&i
A
B
Among
the5 recommendations
which will be passed on to theSenate are suggestions requiringthe skills development section tobe completed by the end of astudent's freshman year, raisingthe minimum competency levelfor reading and the clarificationof various titles
within
thedocument
.2
f.
The committee adjourned lastTuesday, May 1,
after
discussinga motion to increase the numberof required courses. Six of themotions being considered by thecommittee would addrequirements in variousjareas.
"We
did not wish to take morethan one-third
of?
therequirements for liberal studiesrequirements," said Dr.
John
Millar,
dean of the college andvice president of academicservices. He also referred to the
open
design of the proposalallowing any department tosuggest courses in any of the sixareas.
£
Because the proposal mustreach the Board of Trustees byJune 3, the agenda
committee
has set the proposal for Senateconsideration next week.In a note to the
Mercyhurst
community, Associate Professorof English Dr. David Palmer,president of the ^Senate, en-couraged quick action
to
meet thedeadline and requested com-munity input on the proposal.The Academic Policies com-mittee will meet again on Sun-day. May 6, for a marathonsession to finish consideration ofall proposals.
'Founders'Class On
Va.
Jaunt
A Mercyhurst
class
on theAmerican Founding Fathers willmake what might be called apilgrimage to Monticello, theVirginia home of
Thomas
jjJef-
ferson, over the May 5-7weekend.
*
Six
and perhaps seven studentswill
accompanyy
Dr. BarryGrossman on the trip, which alsoincludes an interview with thecurators of the state and personalpapers of
George
Washington andJames Madison, on theUniversity of Virginia campus. |Many of the arrangementswere
handled
by Pat Weschler, a1978 Mercyhurst graduate.Weschler is now a first year lawstudent at the University
h
ofVirginia and holds a position onthe school's weekly law
reviewJTThe
local
group
will be
stay
in*in* Chariottsville, near
th««
University campus.
Those students going
on
the tripinclude Jim Deffner,
Walt
Green.Gerard Martin, Mike Phillips,Don
I Rawlings
and GaryWesman. Carol Boylan wasuncertain at presstime, and thecourse's other instructor,
Drjj
William Garvey, could not makethe trip.
•X
 
 
***
PAGE
2THE MERCIAOMAY
4,1979
Fun Day iIt's almost the end of anotherunderwhelming (in terms ofnews) school year. Good thingsome of the winners in lastweek's MSG elections surprisedpeople - word that tuition is to beraised in "79-80 certainly didn'tcome as a shock to anyone.The school year
should end on
ahigh note,
though,
if the eventssurrounding
'Activity
Day' meetwith success (and there's noreason why they shouldn't.)The May 16 festivities aren'tonly being touted as the event of
the
season - no, sir!
-
more likethe event
of
\
the year.
?
Which
explains why more than
just
afew people are up in arms withthe student government leaving"a day of fun in the sun" as alegacy.
t
("Forget
the school'smore pressing matters - let'sparty! ) is how
one
student sizedup the situation.
I
Unfortunately that student
mimed
the meeting last weekheld to start coordinating
|
theevents planned for
'Fun
Day.'A great deal of brainstorming(I'm getting tired of that word)went
on
at last
Friday's
meeting.
People - MSG members and
thosenot directly associated with thegoverning body - were institutingmore constructiveideas;thanthere are potholes
in?the Erie
streets.^
fHJnfl
1
^''
It was the governing body intop form
-
with energy to burn.
J
was 'impressed
-;
even thoughsome of my suggestions for theday were shot down (what'swrong with coed
mud-wrestling
anyway?)
*
^Granted,
'Activity
Day' maynot
be the
greatest fact of life thatthe student government cancome to terms with, but it's in-tended to serve a purpose -student involvement. Now howmany times has that fact of
lire
come up in a conversation? Infact, some of
the MSG
candidatesincluded it in their platforms.Come May 16 (we won't
even
consider the rain date for now)academics can take a breather.We can all do worse than allowourselves, the opportunity tobecome hedonists tor a day.Questions Unanswered1.) Were last week's MSGelections really a classic case of
'popularity
contest'? Is that thereason why "personality
over-
came experience"?2.) When the cliche
'Sunday
Driver' was coined, were Eriedrivers directly in mind?3.) Is there any
truth Ho
therumor that Saga meals give awhole new meaning to the words"junk food"!Hey, Editor!And they said It couldn't bedone department:
Believe^
it ornot, but a few interested studentshave applied for the task (forlack of
a J
better word) ofbecoming next year's Merciadeditor.
8
,3,
That's
a
sigh of
relief...
I
wasbeginning to worry that AndyRoth and Bill Shelley were goingto have to handle the job them-selves next year . .
. './-'
...»^Erie's
White
Elephant
the
menci
Editor John BrunoNews Writers
Sue
Fuss, Gary
Wesman
Sports Writers .
Bob
Delia Rocca, W.D. "Bud" Prize,
£ ^
IB^WHff^^™^^^^^t^f
Chris
TomczakFeature
Writers
.
Jo Ann
Alexander, Vicki
Mar Una
goPhotographer
John
BrunoContributing Artists . Jamie Borowicz, Jeffrey Paul,
K 35 BBra^ilfiiiBPilSffi Suzanne Rieker
Layout
and Design .4 John
Bruno
Typists
John Bruno,
Gary
WesmanFaculty/ j dvisors ...
Andrew
Roth, William Shelley
Jhe
Merciad accepts Jin fact
encourages,
the
si |
mission of articles, letters, and stories from
any
andall members of the
Mercy
hurst College community:students, faculty, administrators, trustees, and frien-ds of the school. However, as responsible journalists
must
reserve
the following
rights:1.
The
right
 to
 revise
copy
into standard English; I
2.
The right to revise copy into correct journalisticnn;
3.
And, finally, the right to revise
copy;(but
notchange meaning)
to
fill
layout
design.In addition, Letters to the Editor must be signed,must be factually verifiable, and must be written ingood taste. Names will be withheld upon request, butfalse names
will not
be used.
V
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Correspondence.
STAFF m
SPEAKOUT
But is it
9)9
Justice ?
|
Dear Editor:B*
i
*^
During April, more than $700worth of plants,
equipment,
andsupplies were stolen
from
'j
theZurn
Greenhouse.
K-k-.
"
—* *
c
1
Last week, many of youprobably
noticed
the
large
yellowsigns around campus asking forinformation about this theft.
Hiegreenhouse
is a valuable part ofthe Biology department, with
Mercyhurst
students in Botany,Horticulture, and Gardeningclasses benefitting from its use.
& Much *
has
been £
said aboutapathy at Mercyhurst
-
but thiscase is an example to the con-
trary.
Numerous Mercyhurst
st udents
provided
3
inform
a
tionabout where some of the stolenarticles could* be
g
located.Obviously, student involvementin stealing Mercyhurst
property
cannot and will not be tolerated.
Security has been
increased for
the
greenhouse and
the
rest of theBiology department. It will beunfortunate if continued theftsnecessitate more drasticmeasures
that*
will
5
limit theaccess of Mercyhurst students toscience facilities.Some of the plants,
equipment,
and
supplies from the greenhouseare
;
still missing.
Anyone?with
information about these articlesshould
contacts
me.
Your-con-
tinued
cooperation!
is^
ap-preciated.
? §J3P$£ jHJJI
S^vS"^^'
i
SincerelyRaymond
® T. ^3
Justice
BreakNeeded
With the coming of finals, onceagain it's time to ask the
question,*"What
ever happenedlo senior exemptions?"
S£
According to the
1
college
catalogue,
seniors have
approval
to request exemption from finalexaminations
\
upon
verification
that
they are enrolled in theirfinal term.
;j*?fe T
Ijg^Few teachers thus far areconsidering giving seniorsexemptions. Come on professorsand instructors - it's our lastterm! We had to sit through fouryears of quizzes, exams, papersand oral reports
-
give us a breakduring
our
last
term in this
place 1
llil
Name
withheld upon requestCongratulations, Dr. {justice,for doing what you thought wasright!
I
A couple of weeks ago, about
$700 worth
of plants, supplies andequipment was ripped off fromthe greenhouse. In an effort tofind
out who did
it and
to
get someof
the
valuables back, Dr. Justiceoffered a reward • out of his ownpocket. He found the people andsome of his plants.
_
The
sadpart
of
the,whole
§|pry_
is
that,
if Justice hadn't taken theinitiative, nothing would havebeen done.
'
S
Think of the number of break-ins,beatings, robberies anddestruction of property that havetaken place on this campus thisyear alone
-
and then think of thenumber} of times people havebeen charged and made to pay
restitution,
tt
§jj|
.In
the cases where people havebeen found guilty, the collegeusually doesn't
do
anything aboutit
other
than console the injuredand claim not to be responsible.
K But
anyway,
*m ay
be morepeople should take
the
idea of Dr.Justice and not
kmake
it so"easy." After all, $700 is a bigchunk of
our
failing budget - andwe all know who's going to payfor it in the end.
>,,slK^E£ffi£§fi9lH
-SueFuss
<s
I
5
cfilf
'*|<AjJi"
I ft
 
MAY
4,1979
THE MERCIAD
PAG
i
GodspellLively And Intimate
by GaryWesmanJ"AndwhenJesus finished thesesayings, the crowds wereastonished at his teaching."
Matthew 7:28Godspell went on the road thisweek. The road to Behrend,anyway, and another audience toastonish.After three superb shows here,that improbable collection ofoddballs, mixed nuts and wan-dering minstrels
who
went by thename of The Backporch CafePlayers were invited to BehrendWednesday afternoon for thatcollege's Spring Festival.It is the kind of show made forspring festivals and back porchcafes—lively £and
*
intimate.Success depends on what isusually called energy or vitalityor a dozen other overly-complicated ways of saving theactors ham it up for all it's worth.The hams in this case were acast of nine Mercyhurst studentshand picked by Director KevinRozich and ?John Burton, plusmusicians and technical workers.From beginning to end this waswholly a student enterprise.The show <itself should befamiliar to most people, havingbeen made into a movie, analbum
^
and various stageproductions. Based
on
the Gospelof Matthew, this version of thelife of Jesus teems with parablesfamiliar and obscure, .withstories, tales, vignettes and averitable grab bag of characters.Add the popular songs
("Day
byDay," "Save the People," etc.5and whateverthe,market willbear
in
the way of costumes, andthat is Godspell. &To say the recent productionwas well done and well liked is anunderstatement. The BackporchCafe was almost filled Wed-nesday, full Thursday andoverflowing Saturday. The showwas entertaining, certainly, Fitinvolved the audience and it wasfunny. But it was more. When itwas supposed to f
be,
it wasgenuinely moving. £All members of the supportingcast were required to play atleast half a dozen roles. As thedisciples they acted out theparables and portrayed all theprinciple figures in Jesus'life.That means improvisation andad lib, and these folks showedrainbows of -imagination,strewing about dialects andcharacterizations fromHollywood to Brooklyn to PekingBy the way, Rozich as Christplayed off these bits masterfully.At a humorous point he wouldsuddenly pivot and drive home
the
moral lesson, making
us,
as itwere, swallow our laughter for amoment. Jesus-was gentle, but"spokesjwith authority," St.Matthew tells us.As to individual bits, I supposeeveryone has his
personalfavorites. For my money, TomMcDermott's impression of thedecrepit father of the ProdigalSon was a piece of truly inspiredcraziness.Ernie Scullio and PaulUrbanowicz were great con-trasts—Ernieas a sort of hulkingGroucho Marx and Paul a dan-cing Chaplin.
I
*%
iAnd then
}
there was BonnieSlawson, the seductress of I
the
group. Doing an outrageousbump-and-grind ]whilesinging,"Oh Man, forswear thy foolishways," she would slither into thelap of any likely male in theaudience. When it was the Dean'sturn, Dr. Millar seemed to flushsix shades of red.g The singing was good andsometimes better than
that,
aswhen Linda Andrews and Ber-nadine Borinski traded off on "ByMy Side."1^p gOne thing more. It is hard toimagine any scene more difficultlo do convincingly than uheCrueifiction, especially in thisplay fwhenit is preceeded bycomedy, song-and-dance and nota small amount of outrightslapstick. Yet the climax of thisplay put lumps in more throatsthan mine. During theCrucifiction, and as the body ofChrist is borne from the cross,the players chant j simplerefrains, at last taking up.!theopening theme, "Prepare Ye theWay of the
Lord.'*
^
f
|
Everyone then returned for asingalong, clapalong to a dozenchoruses of "Day
by
Day," whichdid not end until the band ran outoff steam, ending a, fine little
show.
« t^BS
*
F
ADMISSIONSICOUNSELOR COOP
ATTENTION ANY STUDENTS WHO WILL BEJUNIORS OR SENIORS IN SEPTEMBER!
m
I The Mercyhurst College Admissions Office is seeking two students interestedin doing a co-op experience as admissions counselors. Students from any majoror minor program are welcome to apply.
JMBLgHWI
This
co-opt
s worth nine (9) creditswhich!will be granted through thebusiness department. The length,^ the position will be fifteen
(15)
weeks begin-ning on August 20,
1979
and ending on November 30, 1979. The salary for the
15
week period is
$2,500
plus expenses and mileage. STUDENTS MUST HAVE
THEIR OWN
CAR.
wii
BHnliiwIs «BMWB?B|ffllBW
1 A description of the responsibilities and duties of an Admissions Counselorcan be obtained in the Admissions Office which is located on the first floor of
Old Main.
£
i > fl
3EIJ
*
9K
i
M
Anyone who is interested in applying for the positions, should forward aresume and three (3) letters of recommendation to Karen E. Schultz, Director ofAdmissions. Application deadline is May
11,^1979.
<§|
DennisActing as a co-op coordinator,Dennis Andres offers three of 18different in-house cooperativeeducation opportunities.
-. |
Andres is an instructor in thetheatre arts department, whichoffers on-campus co-op, ex-perience for interested students.
Two
of the three opportunities heoffered were taken by studentsthis year.
,
§
'$
fiKevin Rozich* worked as abusiness manager and JudyZgainer as an assistant businessmanager, assistant ^productionmanager and,
later,
j product ion
manager.
* * |
?Jt "Theatreis acareer-orientedarea," Andres said, noting thatby using students on-campus,their talents are not taken awayfrom Mercyhurst. fe*> ££ "Thepeople on stage are onlyone-tenth of the people involvedin the show," Andres explained.Many different types ofop-portunities are available throughtheatre -Co-ops. **Creative
*
arts,communications,* hotelrestaurant management andJ. Andresbusiness majors are all needed tofill many areas cof a theatreproduction
J
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who
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believes that there is muchopportunity for students to workin summer stoclL<4heatre^Hebelieves that co-op is off to a goodslarTand "seesmore theatreopportunities in the future.
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